Fall 2011 - Summer 2012
Second largest of the 13 branches of the McGill Library, the Schulich Library of Science and Engineering provides resources and services to support the research and teaching programs in engineering and in the physical sciences. The Library holds more than 260,000 books, journals, and other materials covering the spectrum of engineering and the physical sciences. There is also an extensive collection of online resources, with thousands of electronic journals, e-books, and databases. The following other branch libraries will be of interest to students in the Faculty of Engineering: Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art, Life Sciences Library, Macdonald Campus Library, Walter Hitschfeld Geographic Information Centre, Edward Rosenthall Mathematics and Statistics Library, and the Howard Ross Library of Management.
The Schulich Library of Science and Engineering has over 100 networked computer workstations, and the entire building is a McGill wireless zone. You may choose to work in the quiet or group study areas, and there are copy and print facilities on site. The Library provides support for users with disabilities, including wheelchair access and an adaptive workstation. The Library also offers a range of tours and workshops designed to help users effectively find, assess, and use information.
Visit the website, phone or email us to learn more about the Library's services, collections and facilities. We look forward to seeing you in the Library.